Visiting Venice, Italy? Here’s the Travel Guide

Visiting Venice, Italy? Here’s the Travel Guide
There is perhaps no city in the world quite like Venice, Italy. With 177 canals and 477 bridges, Venice is literally a city upon the water. In turn, it’s typical to move around via water bus or even gondola. And with over 400 palaces built throughout this 1500-year-old city, there is no lack of interesting things to see. Let’s visit Venice!

Visiting Venice? Here’s What To Do

There’s really so much to do, this place could keep you busy for days. Here’s a list of our must-see’s when visiting Venice.

Visiting Venice? Don’t Miss the Classics:

Piazza San Marco

Also known as St. Mark’s Square, this is easily one of the most famous plazas in the world. Anchored by the Basilica of San Marco and the San Marco Campanile on one end and surrounded on three sides by the elegant symmetry of the Procuratie’s arcades, this has been the center of life in Venice for centuries. Pull up a chair at the elegant, three-hundred-year-old Caffè Florian and soak it all in. 

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Guide Name: Visiting Venice, Italy? Here’s the Travel Guide
Guide Location: Italy » Venice
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Piazza San Marco   Basilica of San Marco   Doge’s Palace   San Marco Campanile   Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute   Rialto Bridge  
Author: Josh And Krissy Sedivy
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